The Impact of the Digital Revolution on Modern Trials
Trial advocacy in the twenty-first century requires lawyers to have a keen sense of the information needs of their audience, be it a judge or jurors. Breakneck changes in technology and internet use have propelled the blur of change to such a speed that is difficult to track. Trial lawyers must try and understand what all this means for the way that people process information and make decisions. In this article, William S. Bailey discusses the need to develop a style that seamlessly incorporates illustrations and animations with verbal arguments and questioning witnesses.
National Institute for Trial Advocacy
Trial advocacy, Technology, Visual aids, Illustrations
Evidence | Legal Education | Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility | Legal Profession
William S. Bailey, The Impact of the Digital Revolution on Modern Trials (National Institute for Trial Advocacy 2023)